in the country, being implemented by unique identification authority of india (UIDAI),underplanning commission.The other applications, which are receiving increased government attention, include: Drivinglicense, Vehicle Registration, e-Passports, eBanking, micro-finance, mobile payments, transitapplications, e-ticketing, Toll collection, Automatic fare collection and several other projectsunder e-Governance, such as NREGA (national rural employment guarantee act) project,RSBY(rashtriya swasthya bhima yojana) and PDS (public distribution system) project.The ministry of road transport and highways (MORT&H) and national highways authority of india (NHAI) have decided to use RFID technology, for toll collection on the entire nationalhighways network. India has a huge road network, consisting of national highways(70,934kms) and state highways(1,31,899km). RFID technology will enable toll collectionwithout making the vehicle to stop, ensuring seamless travel and efficient toll collectiondelays at toll plazas cost the economy an estimated Rs 87,000crore every year.On the other hand, the ministry of urban development, govt of india is prompting nationalcommon mobility card (NCMC). The idea is to enable the user with single transport systemthat provides efficient and hassle-free travel experience across the length and breadth of country.In a speech presenting the 2008-2009 Union Budget, Finance Minister Shri P . Chidambaramannounced initiatives to deliver benefits under the government program to provide subsidizedbasic foods and fuels (the public distribution scheme) using smart cards in the state of Haryana and the union territory of Chandigarh.1.1.STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM:India has large population with 1.24Billion placed 2
after china in the world, so making aprocess/system completely smart is a big question it is a very difficult task to provide smartcard to each and every individual in a billion population.India is a subcontinent with diverse cultures and languages;
it’s a little difficult task to
making smart card application user friendly by providing separate language for each state andproving customer help line for each language.Almost 70 percentage of Indian population is residing in villages and most of them areilliterates, so making them understand, convenient and effective utilization of smartcard is ahighly difficult, highly expensive and time consuming.2.
PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF WORK:2.1 PURPOSE:The purpose of this report is to establish a appropriate process of enrolment for smartcardand how to aware the general public about the applications of smartcard payment andservices.